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Dreaming Heaven (2011)

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Dreaming Heaven invites us to join an intimate group of men and women as they embark on a magical journey in search of life’s great secret of secrets. Their journey takes us through the plazas, temples and pyramids of Teotihuacan, Mexico – home of the mysterious Toltec wisdom tradition that lives on in this sacred site, known since ancient times as “the place where one awakens to God.”

Dreaming Heaven reveals, for the first time on film, this many-thousand year old path to illumination. Guided by three modern day Toltecs, we take a five day journey with 18 companions – towards a rediscovery of the “true self” that exists beneath the stories, masks, and dramas of their lives. And, we bear witness as they shed layers of mistaken identity, fearful beliefs, and limitations – to finally stand, in triumphant awareness, at the top of the great Pyramid of the Sun.

Toltec Wisdom teaches that our lives can be a dream of heaven on earth – a dream filled with an abundance of peace, happiness, grace and love. In Dreaming Heaven, we learn that this life is open to anyone who is willing to take the first step. Toltec spirit guide Lee McCormick describes the ways we can use our capacity to decide for ourselves how we will respond to the experiences of our lives. “We can take the awesome power we already have – the power to dream an entire reality – and choose to dream a life of Heaven on Earth.”

Lee McCormick, Gini Gentry, Frank Hayhurst
Dana Walden, Straw Weisman

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RUTAB, posted on June 20, 2016

That was really really cool, so much fun, so much wonder and love and pure joy to share this adventure with all these people. Thank you.

DebtheWise, posted on December 14, 2014

I am honored to have seen this film. Anyone who seeks to understand and better themselves is doing the work the soul desires. To get out of the headspace that sometimes tells us through ego that we are not enough, is hypercritical, and keeps us from being and living our best life is a gift to give oneself. The people in this film allowed us a glimpse of their personal transformation. People seek different traditions because...they may not connect to what they've known and they find that they're soul calls for something different to break free from ego's tight grip. Brava to these seekers and their teachers on this journey.

rajdreamz, posted on December 12, 2014

I hate to sound like a celestial party pooper. Only...this documentary left me unconvinced. The impression I got was that of a group of New Agers with a little money to spend, who were looking for a spiritual quick fix. While such bursts of enlightenment may certainly take place--and history will attest to that--it's doubtful to me that just happened to occur for them collectively.

I dunno...perhaps I could make the journey there and have my skepticism happily removed. Only, for me, the jury is still out.

phyllisbrewer, posted on March 8, 2014

This movie gave me one more step closer to the real me. I could feel the presence of my SELF , the energy of love. I tingled all over and very much at ease and in joy and tears of joy came to my eyes. I want to feel like that all the time so I wiil try to remember this movie and bring my consciousness back to this moment of joy and estacy. Thank you.

g.charles1217, posted on March 5, 2014

Interested In this gathering.

cindypatterson9, posted on March 4, 2014

Loved it very inspirational....just what I needed to see

Terry.Mack1, posted on March 4, 2014

I have never taken the trip myself but I feel each person takes away their own individual experiences from here. It seems like a wonderful opportunity to get in touch with your inner higher self. "Uplifting" seems to be the word to describe the experience of the group.
I would tend to look at the positive aspects of this experience and the way it impacted the participants. I would love to go myself!

jodilynn, posted on March 2, 2014

Irie, I felt the same confusion while visiting Machu Picchu.

jazperluz, posted on February 28, 2014

thanks for making available..is great being able to visual viewing..

irie, posted on February 28, 2014

Does anyone know the background of this temple? National Geographic mentions that a lot of heads got chopped off here for sacrafice . My guess is heads probably rolled down the steps as everyone watched below....and this is a place of healing??? Really?

sketchpoet, posted on February 28, 2014

Hello, I wanted to watch this movie but the resolution is just terrible. Is it just me? thanks:)

elsantopat, posted on February 28, 2014

I'm a Mexican Indian, I don't agree that a bunch of people coming and dereal the whole consep of our believes, of our heritage, and make it their own! Lol.... I guess after all is just a movie!

swilliams, posted on March 20, 2014

Please tell us what the whole concept, beliefs, and heritage that relates to this beautiful and sacred place. Do the people in this movie, producers, and directors have it all wrong? I mean no disrespect at all. What should someone do if they are a visitor and seeking some spiritual guidance? Much <3 and I appreciate you!

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